The Livermore Police Department has released a statement indicating they have rearrested Christine Hubbs after it was learned she was violating the conditions of her parole. Hubs is currently being held at the Santa Rita Jail on a no bail hold. No bail holds are often placed on individuals who on probation, parole, or who are found to be in the country illegally.
Authorities say the defendant was initially arrested nearly three years ago after a parent of one of her son’s friends found explicit photos of Hubbs on his phone. The photos were reportedly sexual in nature. A subsequent investigation uncovered she had had inappropriate relationships with him and at least one other boy over the course of a two year period.
At the time of her conviction she pled guilty to four felony counts, including three counts of lewd acts on a child and one count of unlawful sexual contact with a minor. Prosecutors say more than 63 other felony counts were dropped as a result of the plea agreement. She was sentenced to serve five years in state prison but was release after serving half her time. The judge said this would be permissible as long as she served an additional 10 years of probation.
Hubbs is scheduled to appear in court later this week. Her parole is expected to be revoked. A source close to the case said Hubbs could face up to another year in jail for the offense. The family has not yet released comment.